Question about Chevrolet Caprice Classic
You need to remove the differential cover and remove the bolt that holds the large pin that goes through the spider gears, then slide the pin out so you can push the axle in and remove the clip on the end. Once you have the axle removed you need to pull the bearing from the housing. Only other damage may be wear on the surface of the axle where the bearing rides. There is an off-set bearing assembly made to correct that problem but I would not re-use the axle if the wear is extremely deep because it will be weaker than it should be. Only real problem doing the job arises when the end of the bolt that retains the pin is broken inside the carrier. In that case you need to use a guide sleeve and a drill to remove it without damaging the threads.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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